Family thankful for support
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To the Editor:

The family of Elaine C. Twiss would like to express our deep appreciation for the outpouring of sympathy shown to us after her death.

The many phone calls, cards, and visits from friends and family far and wide offereing to help in some way, deliver us food, offer condolences, or simply to just listen, have been heartwarming.

We were profoundly touched to see how our mother’s/wife’s sweet and gentle nature affected so many.

A special thank you to the group from the Vermont State Police, Pastor Doug LaPlante and his wife MaryLou, The Whitingham Ladies Benevolent Society, and Covey, Allen, and Shea Funeral Home.

To those of you who spoke and shared a story: Sandra, Gwen, Sherry, Megan, and Terry, we all remember your kind words.

If we’ve forgotten anyone, please forgive us, it was not our intent.

The kindness and generosity we’ve experienced in recent weeks is something we are sincerely grateful for. Thank you all.

Harry Twiss Jr.

Mike and Nancy Russell and family

Lynn Twiss and Steve Martineau and family

Peter Twiss and family

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